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Weak Field, I L S J M j ), C~* Free-ion J P(j), C~* 1/2 3/2 5/2 7/2 9/2 11/2 II* A* ~* F* H* ®* J(integer) -+ r ( j ) + r ( l _ 1) + . . g. J = 2 -+ ~ + + II + A. 57 K. D. g. d 2, (rr6) ~ 1II + xq) + 3ii + aq5. Strong Field, C~* - including spin-orbit coupling. g. S = 21 ~ 11", S = 1 -~ ~ - + 11 etc. The overall C~* representations are then found in the usual way as the direct products of the spin and orbital parts, thus 2II = II* × 11 11" +/x*, and 3/x = (2;- + 11) ×/x -~ 11 + A + as. See also the tables of vector coupling coefficients below.

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